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List of Gurjar clans (Gotra)

List of Gurjar clans
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The following is a list of better-known clans of the Gurjar community of South Asia (The total number of clans being 3000) listed in alphabetical order.
All most all Gurjar clans are divided in two divisions.They are Laur or Lava Gurjars, who claim to be descendant from Lava, son of lord Ramchandra) and Khari Gurjars, who claim to be descendant from Kush, other son of lord Ramchandra.[1] The following list is based on the gotras described by historian such as Shri Naunihal singh ,[2] Mr.H.A.rose,Mr, Rahul khari [3] etc.
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[edit]A

Ambawata
Alpial
Adhana
Aheer/Ahir
Ajar/Bakarwal
Akshawat
Awana
Amrana
Amni
Acchvan
Auwaal
Alkari
Atala
Ambak
Ambawata
Agnikul
Aswaal
Andarwar
Aahaar
Almeecha
Andoh
Aftali
Andana
Athwaar
Atkia
Aswaar
Asya
Ahmana
Agchal
Atlana
Ahiwaal
Anjana
Amolia
Anolehra
Anta
Aana
Anandma
Ayeri
Asaria
Antu
Awaar
Amta
Amarwaal
Athwaal
Atrusi
Awanti
Aheewaal
Arwaal
Amir
[edit]B

Basoya/Baisoya/Besoya
Bidhuri
Bokra/Bokan
Bajarh/Bajjar
Badaankhail/Badaanzai in NWFP
Baisla
Bharwal
Bhadana
Bhati
Banth
Bhamla
Bose
Barkat
Bagri
Bhatia
Banian
Basista/Bosatta
Bhalot
Bhatria
Beeten
Bhanbar
Bhasi
Bhunchh or Bhoonchh
Baharwaal
Barah
Babra
Bajran
Bokkan
Bhadak
Bhaleser
Badiyawal
Bhoken
Bajaar
Baanth
Bania is the gujjars in kashmir in domancy
Batt
Batar
Bala
Baisoya
Balasia
Baalsi
Baarsi
Beli
Bakkhan
Bagwar
Baswaal
Bawaar
Baddi
Banslay
Bensla
Bathoya
Baghela
Baaru
Bud Gujjar
Bar Gujjar
Barhela
Bokar
Baghaar
Babar (clan)
Barbara
Baankar
Baharoj
Baanja
Balot
Behlot
Belu
Berpu
Bela
Bargu
Bandra
Bhanbla
Bhemala
Bhatia
Bhati
Bhargar
Bhosan
Bosan
Bhent
Bhulesar
Bhaarvi
Bhargot
Bhmaber (Bhamra)
Bhadana
Bharoya
Bhaaru
Baaru
Bhoya
Bhumbla ( Punjab )
Bettan
Barraich
Bawla
Birana
Brora
[edit]C

Chhawari
Chaprana
Chaudhri
Chechi
Chandna (Chandila)
Chaneja
Chhokar/Chokker/Chhoker
Chandela
Chaudhary/Choudhry/Choudhery
Chouhan
Chawda/Gujar Chapa
Chavhan
Chaman
Channanay
Chanchi
Charlay
Chohlay
Chhali
Chobra
Chanair
Chetrana
Chandar
Chandor
Chalor
Chalotia
Chalok
Chandel
Charan
Chavinda
Chodda
Chahadri
Chaap
Chanpay
Chora
Chandyala
Chohar
Chhawari
Chawara
Chhotkana
Chhaparwaal
Chhalay
Chhori
Chohan
Chappar
Chelarwal
Chhawla
Chandna
[edit]D

Devdhar
Daliya
Dahia
Dedha
Dedhar
Dogay Choudary
Dor
Dahima or Koli
Dargas
Daurata
Dhonchak
Doi Chaudhry
Daak, Dok, Dock, Daunk or Dagar
Dhind
Dhinda
Dharawata
Diya
Deepe
Dape
Dawde
Dharandia
Dangi
Dhangar
Dewda
Dhama
Doyla Vil.Rajpura Teh.Kheragarh Dist.Agra(U.P)
Doila
Dhaiya or Dhahiya
[edit]G

Ghorsi or Gorsi
Gaj
Gajgahi
Gaigi
Gurs
Garasia
Goras
Gori
Gamti
Gardi
Gasetay
Godwana
Gosi
Gidi
Gehlat
Gahlot
Gojarwaal
Goryagor
Gargar
Gotalwaal
Gorya
Gorewaha
Gojar
Gairr
Gairathi
Gohal
Gonchal
Gogla
Goushar
Gaalgal
Gaathela
Gaanghela
Garatia
Garoryar
Geda
Gachalia
Godalia
Garla
Gochana
Gartal
Gari
Gopia
Goop
Gararr
Gola
Galeria
Gogi
Gangoh
Ghorey
Ghabela
Ghaakla
Gill
Garahwaal
Gaharwal
Gorhaal
Gehsan
Ghararr
Ghanda
Ghaghla
Gharya
Ghaagal
Garewaal
Gus
Gungal
Ghodarop
Gujjral
[edit]H

Harsana
Hun
Hakla
Hakum
Hathwal
Harshal
[edit]J

Jabarhera
Jangee
Jindar
Jat
Jatal
Jatu
Jagal
Jangal
Jangada
Jabli
Jatla
[edit]K

KAANGAR
.Karhana
Kalas
Kalsiyan
Khari
Kapasiya
Kasana
kansana
Kaira
kiani
Khatana
Kheela
Khokhar
Khepar
Kulyana
Kundwana
Karahna
Kanwar
kukaswal/kugaswal
Kataria
Karoly
Kohli/Koli (Dayama)
Kaura
Khaila
Kangas
Kharol
Kalsaan
Kharra
kethwal
Kathwal of Birote
[edit]L

Leva Gujar
Lohia (Lohmod)
Lomwar
Lakra
Ligree
Laadi
Lohmor
Lumbar
[edit]M

Mirwani
Meelu
Mehlu or Mahil
Malkana
Mehar
Meed
Moheelu
Maitrak
Miyana
Mothsar
Motla(also called Mudail)
Mahrane
Malik
Maal
Mashkie
Munan
Muppets
Mavi (Mawai)
Mokati
Mana
Mundal
[edit]N

Nekadi
Nalia
Nitad
Noon/Nooniara
Nagar/Nagadi/Nagra
[edit]P

Parihar
Peelbaar
Padana
Pamad
Paud
Phagna
Poswal
Posdaal
Paswal/Pasval
Poraswal
Patel
Patil
Panwar
Pawar
Pawad
Panhwar
Puar
Parmar
Payale
Phambra
Phoolra
Punblay
Puswadia
Pundir
Pakhala
yadav of rajasthanis also gurjar

[edit]R

Raghav (Badgujar Clan)
[edit]S

Sangu
Sasodi
Sehar
Shukkal
Shukracharya
Sirandhna
Saradhana
Siroh
Sisodia
Suthan
Sooderpuriay
Suddhan
Shahwla
Sahumajra
sur
Sial (tribe)
Sood
[edit]T

Tank
Tonk
Tang
Taak
Teli
Toor
Theckari
Thekaria
Thakari
Thakore
Tongar
Tanvar
Tanwar
Tomar or Tuar, Toor
Tedwa
[edit]V

Vaghela
Vadher
Vania
Visgorus
Virana
Vihun
Vokkan
Virdee/Virdi
Vidhuri
[edit]References

^ Bombay (India : State) (1901). Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency, Volume 9, Part 1. Govt. Central Press. p. 491.
^ Nau Nihal Singh. The royal Gurjars: their contribution to India.
^ Rahul Khari. Jats and Gujars: Origin, History and Culture.
Atmore, Matthew S. (1872). Hindu Tribes and Castes. Thacker, Spink & Co. (et al.)

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